Tide Coming in - Cannon Beach oil painting - Greeting Card by Talya Johnson

Tide Coming in - Cannon Beach oil painting - Greeting Card

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Product Description

Talya Johnson’s modern impressionist artwork is printed on greeting cards that are produced with digital offset printers using high quality 100 lb. paper stock. The artwork is scanned and inspected by Tali to ensure the best quality printing. Greeting cards measure 5" x 7" inches in size. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface producing a semi-gloss finish. The inside of these unique greeting cards is blank with a matte white finish for ease of writing. Every card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving. 30-day return refund policy.

Image Description

An original beach oil painting landscape of Haystack Rock on Cannon Beach, Oregon. The artwork is rendered in soothing cool neutral colors by contemporary impressionist artist Talya Johnson.

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Behind the Canvas

Plein air (painting in open air or on-sight) painting can be incredibly challenging and frustrating. I remain convinced that of all the painting disciplines, it is the hardest. There is equipment to lug around, the elements to battle that are always changing, and only a small window to capture the light. Wherever you go, you will attract spectators and critics. However, I’ve learned that in spite of these challenges, painting en plein air can also be a very rewarding, therapeutic experience. Other than the best academic practice in capturing light and color there is, plein air painting reconnects the artist with the land they are describing. It’s a time to just breathe in their environment, and recharge.

This particular little oil painting is very special to me. Painted on Cannon Beach on the Oregon coast, my friends and I were trying to escape the heat in the city. We packed some snacks and had the most relaxing morning on the beach. The tide kept coming in closer and closer to our painting spot. We had to repeatedly move our easels. It was a fun game on a perfect day, with the perfect people. May this painting give you the quiet peace and sunshine of a warm coastal day with the sand on your feet, and the tide slowly coming in.


 


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